Tuesday, December 19, 2006


Hey everybody! It's been a while. Let's see...I'm still waiting for the walking regimen to happen. When the humans start a new year I might have a chance then for a firm, slim bod. Mom says we are just too busy to entertain such ideas at the moment, but starting in 2007, we will work our buns off.

Tonight, mom and dad are having guests over, which means that we will be treated like second class citizens. The guests are not "dog people" whatever that means! Mom will be extra nice to us afterwards and give me more treats than anyone else I bet. Well, a pooch can dream, can't he?

On Christmas Eve we will have mom's kids over. Leo and Callie will be there too! That will make 5 dogs and 6 people. Quite a zoo when we're all together. The great thing about them is that they ALL love dogs - especially us. We get lots of attention and treats. Last party had a few of us canines licking the insides of the wine glasses. Now that was a par-TAY!

Merry Christmas everyone. I love all my pup pals and wish them the best Christmas and New Year!

Merry Christmas Y'all!

During my first year on this planet, I've learned a lot. For one thing the humans get snippy with me when they find poop on the carpet. Somehow they know it belongs to precious little me. Their snippiness intensifies when they discover tee tee. Sorry, but I've got a bladder the size of a grain of rice. What do they expect? When a girl has to go, she's got to go! When possible, I still make my deposits next to the nearest toilet. I think that's pretty considerate, don't you?

Another thing the humans have done lately is to erect a bushy tree - in the living room of all places! Shortly afterwards, mom hung these shiny gold toys on nearly every branch, yet I am not allowed to sniff or touch them. If I go near the dangly things just to sniff, I hear "IZZY! NO!" Then they mutter something about "foreign body surgery". Mom working at the vet place sure puts a damper on my lifestyle.

I've decided that I really like TV. Seriously, I sit on my favorite lap (it changes from day to day) and watch along with my human parents. I've noticed that the shows daddy watches cause him to yell things like "GET HIM! RUN! GO! GO! GO!" Mom watches things that have other animals or music or people that make her face get wet. What is that all about? Hey, I like to lick the tears, so I'm not complaining, just sayin'.

Well, I want to wish all my pup pals the best Christmas evah and a happy, healthy new year!